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    The good folk at Williams-Sonoma were handing out samples of these a few weeks back. They were (of course) just scrumptious. These were made with Muirhead Pumpkin Pecan Butter (sold at W-S, needless to say), but I would imagine that any good pumpkin butter would do just fine.

    Recipe #263086

    I made this up after making Recipe #188893. I'm not just surprised at how delicious it is; I'm shocked that the texture is great! We're 48 hours from freezing, and it's still scoopable--and that's without the addition of corn starch or alcohol (both good work-arounds to avoid the problem of homemade ice cream freezing hard as a brick.) I found frozen black raspberries at Trader Joe's; I'd never seen 'em before, so I don't know how easy it will be to find them. They're worth searching for!

    Recipe #262583

    Got this last night from my friend Margaret, who said she got it from one cooking show or another -- possibly Rachel Ray. It's extremely yummy, and just the thing for supper on a rainy autumn afternoon, with the fall colors just starting to appear ....

    Recipe #260268

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 23 (June 2005).

    Recipe #259925

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 16 (Oct. 2004). I'm posting this at the request of my mother, who adores this recipe -- but she keeps losing her copy of the magazine. This'll keep the recipe safe!

    Recipe #259924

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 19 (Jan. 2005).

    Recipe #259919

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 19 (Jan. 2005)

    Recipe #259917

    Recipe #259907

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 16 (Oct. 2004).

    Recipe #259869

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 24 (July/August 2005). Like a frozen lemon meringue pie -- yum!

    Recipe #259865

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 19 (Jan. 2005). I seem to be the last person in the universe to have found a good reduced-fat cream cheese frosting; better late than never, I suppose!

    Recipe #259862

    From "Everyday Food" No. 27 (Nov. 2005).

    Recipe #259848

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 27 (Nov. 2005).

    Recipe #259845

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 25 (Sept. 2005).

    Recipe #259840

    From "Everyday Food" No. 28 (Dec. 2005).

    Recipe #259793

    From "Everyday Food" #29 (Jan./Feb. 2006).

    Recipe #259780

    From "Everyday Foods" No. 29 (Jan./Feb. 2006).

    Recipe #259717

    I got this from my mother; this is from a yellowed, crumbling magazine insert, so who knows where it came from, or how old it is! (Could go back to the late 1960s.)

    Recipe #259482

    Got this from my mother, who told me recently (when I served her a 'Zaar bulgur recipe) that she'd never eaten bulgur before. But this recipe is on a yellowed, crumbling newspaper clipping, so I guess she meant to! We tried it and it's great.

    Recipe #259322

    I recently stumbled on to my copy of Margaret Rudkin's "Pepperidge Farm Cookbook" (1963). She has a chapter called "Cooking from Antique Cookbooks," in which she takes a number of 16th and 17th century recipes and translates them to modern terms. I find this endlessly fascinating ... and so I'm sharing a few of them, because I'm not sure this book is even still in print.

    Recipe #259044

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